Come learn how to make your own decorative and useful edgings for your garden in a one-day hands-on workshop with an expert willow weaver.

You will learn to make a start, middle and finish of a 21” long by 6” high (woven area) edging hurdle. You will leave with your own structures of up to 5 hurdles to take home for use in your garden and the confidence and skills to complete an entire border regardless of length.

This course is suitable for both beginners and experienced willow weavers and starts with a Health and Safety briefing and an explanation of the tools and how to use them.

Please feel free to bring an apron, notepad and pen and wear close-toed shoes as we will be working in a workshop space. All materials and equipment will be provided.


Course Leader - Richard Kerwood

Richard Kerwood established Windrush Willow in 1998 with his wife, Suzanne.

Windrush Willow is dedicated to growing and promoting the wonderful species of Willow. We are busily planting up 4 acres of land in Devon England with 140+ varieties of Willow, and are currently producing in excess of 250,00 Osier Rods each year.

We use friendly methods of growing our rare coloured varieties for diverse habitats, and producing beautiful bark colours for weaving with.


Course times: 9.30am - 4.30pm.
Includes a delicious organic & seasonal lunch.